BlackBerry A10 reveals all angles in new leaked images and hands-on video
The A10 is BlackBerry’s next flagship smartphone. It’s expected to debut later this year, and will be the Canadian company’s first 5-inch smartphone ever. For a few weeks now, the BlackBerry A10 has started leaking like crazy, and today we even get a full-on gallery of high-res, non-blurry photos (including ones comparing it to the Z10), as well as a hands-on video showing it in all its glory.
This is still a pre-production model we’re talking about here, obviously. So some things may still change, keep that in mind. After all, we are a few months away from this handset’s release.
All the previously rumored specs have been confirmed this time around too. We’re expecting the BlackBerry A10 to come with a 5-inch 720p HD touchscreen, a 1.7 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, an 8 MP rear camera with LED flash, a 2 MP front camera, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, and a 2,800 mAh battery. The test device seen in the images above (and the video below) currently runs BlackBerry OS 10.2.
The video, as you may have gathered, is in Vietnamese, but you probably still could form a rough opinion about the device regardless. More and more leaks are bound to come soon, since the floodgates are now open.
The BlackBerry A10 looks enough like a Z10 so you know it’s a BlackBerry, but the design has been improved and evolved into something much nicer than what we saw with the first all-touch BlackBerry 10 flagship. The person who got the hands-on time says things were smooth all around in terms of software performance, and that’s obviously good to hear.
Via Tinh te